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Can you configure multiple retention polices on managed default folders?

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I was wondering if it's possible to configure multiple retention policies on the managed default folders in Exchange 2007.  For example,  if I want one group of users to have a 120 day retention policy set on their Inbox, Sent Items, and Deleted Items but want the rest of the organization to have no defined set retention limit on their Inbox, Sent Items, and Deleted Items, can this be done in Exchange 2007?
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Yes you can have N different types of policies in the environment for a different set of users but again at a time only one MRM policy can be set on a user

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